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“The only constant in life is change.” Things often do not go according to plan. Trust me, I know. My younger self would have had a hard time believing that it all works out. But it almost always does. This is our 20th year of publishing The Buzz, a rewarding life project. But, in case you didn’t know, it was born out of job loss and drastic change in an uncertain time. This issue is our eighth highlighting neighborhood seniors – it’s crazy to think that the first seniors we featured are now full-fledged adults making their way in this world. The Class of ’21 had a senior year like no other. Their traditional conclusion to high school was turned upside down and sideways by the cancellations, isolation, and, in many cases, economic hardship that the pandemic brought. It might not be the graduation year they – and their families – envisioned, but it’s one they conquered and will remember. We are all proud. Congratulations, Class of 2021! [email protected]